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Mar 26, 2013 2:30pm PDT
been called a civil rights issue of our time but how broadly will the court ruled? how much of america will be affected? we should know by the end of june. >> strong opinions on both sides outside the u.s. supreme court today. for more on this case, i spoke to an attorney for the two california couples who are challenging the ban. also the president of the human- rights campaign. from what you heard from the justices, did you get a sense of how they might rule? >> it played out just how i thought it would. you had a rush of questions. that is what they expected. it is hard to read what is going on. we felt good because my partner was able to make our points that children, a gay people are harmed by these discriminatory laws restricting them out from marriage. these marriages will not hurt anyone else he got all those points out. the justices on both sides. out upon it was not able to point to any harm and had no argument. -- our opponent was not able to point to any harm and had no argument. >> their reaction was that the supreme court would not want to hear this case at all. >
PBS
Mar 19, 2013 4:00pm PDT
insurgency and the civil war. dozens of injured people have been brought to hospitals like this right across baghdad. normally, this road would have been absolutely crammed with traffic, but people are staying home today. there is a real fear that more bombs could happen, a fear that people have grown used to for the last 10 years. >> on this night in 2003, the hammer blows of the american attack started what turned into a decade of insurgency and civil war. opinion polls at the time indicated that half the iraqi people in this deeply divided country welcomed the invasion while the other half were bitterly angry. a lot of that anger is still around. this is a place that's tends to attract riders and intellectual -- writers and intellectuals. it was bombed. the owner lost four of his sons and a grandson. >> the invasion has not been a success at all. it has held us back 100 years. it has destroyed me and my family, who have become widowed and orphan. >> it is only a mile away, but here, the customers are young and very different. the facebook cafe is the kind of place where no one care
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